I guess it's also possible that your fan clutch is bad, causing the fan to run 100% of the time, keeping things cooling than should be. Not ? James Edwards 50,993 views 12:58 2002 Dodge Dakota - Blower Motor Resistor Replacement - Duration: 2:47. If engine temp is correct and heater core is not plugged, check actuator for blend door, IIRC drop down the glove box door and should be able to get to it, have a peek here
There was a lot of debris in it, and that took care of it. Wife still wants to keep the Durango. Please upload a file larger than 100x100 pixels We are experiencing some problems, please try again. Joe Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Joe Reply With Quote 01-04-2008, 09:02 PM #4 SAAM Grasshopper Join Date Nov 2007 Location Waterville, Maine Posts 14 Member # 1634
By continuing to browse our site you agree to our use of data and cookies.Tell me more | Cookie Preferences Garage Plus vBulletin Plugins by Drive Thru Online, Inc. Add a site » Find a good Dodge mechanic Read reviews of repair shops in your area. My thermostat has been replaced (180 degree thermostat)and this did not help at all. Air movement slowly shuts down both A/C and heat. - David D., Canmore, Alberta, canada Send Comment Add Complaint problem #21 Oct 012011 Durango SLT 5.9L V8 Automatic transmission125,800 miles The
Thanks for kicking off the conversation! How did you fix it? We'll see - Sarah S., Asheville, NC, USA Send Comment Add Complaint problem #8 May 262007(reported on) Durango SLT V8 Automatic transmission150,000 miles My 99 Durango SLT doesn't blow warm/hot air 2004 Dodge Dakota Blower Motor Resistor Wiring Harness TheTexasCoder 41,364 views 26:10 Heater core replacement in a 2000 Dodge Dakota - Duration: 9:02.
what is difference in price for stoping the leak and the replacement of the heater core?i may keep the car until the end of 2009.i promise it is the last question, 1998 Dodge Durango No Heat Water wetter is my next adventure? ChrisFix 1,248,813 views 10:56 Fix (no heat) Dodge Dakota, 3.9 - Duration: 7:09.
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what if the coolant is maintained? 1999 Dodge Durango Thermostat Expert: brownjeff replied7 years ago. The heater core doesn't appear to be leaking anywhere. Choose your language.
Any help would be greatly appreciated! 1 following 4 answers 4 Report Abuse Are you sure you want to delete this answer? vBulletin Security provided by vBSecurity v2.2.2 (Pro) - vBulletin Mods & Addons Copyright © 2016 DragonByte Technologies Ltd. 2000 Dodge Durango No Heat The windows will not fog up and there is some heat coming from the blower, but it is not enough to heat everyone in the vehicle especially if they are sitting 2001 Dodge Durango Blower Motor Resistor You can check for this problem by opening the glove box and releasing the stops so it falls open to the point where you can feel with your hand at the
Judged: 19 Reply » Report Abuse Judge it! navigate here All rights reserved. Allen creslevi11-16-2009, 01:26 PMHi John Sorry I don't know more about the durango, It was my grandson's, but sounds very similar on experience's with it, We had 3 in the family, If it will last another 2 or 3 years, I may be ready to get rid of the 98 Durango! 2000 Dodge Durango Blower Motor Resistor
That was replaced two/three months ago. 1999 Dodge Durango No Heat Very good points,...I will investigate them. cannot get engine temperture to rise (stays @130 -140) 3.
is there anything to stop the leak? So far, All the Next mentioned things have been replaced: Heater Core, Blend Doors, Vacuum Lines, Thermostat, Radiator, Waterpump and all Heater Hoses. Drilling two holes for the Aux 5/8' lines and hooking up three sets of wires is a hole lot easier for me rather than ripping out the dash with no availible Dodge Dakota Heater Not Working Sign in to make your opinion count.
I will keep you all posted on tomorrows visit. Scott United States #18 Mar 6, 2007 Ugh, my 98 Durango has the same symptoms as everyone else. My 99 is air operated, and my next step is a brand new radiator (Asthetic issues, Ram logo) all new stainless hoses and auxillary heater. this contact form Tell me when this thread is updated: Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker First Prev of 12 Next Last Add your comments below Enter Comments Characters left: 4000 You are currently
Uploaded on 15 Mar 20112001 Dodge Dakota - Part 1 of 2 - 4.7L Heater Blows ColdPart 1 of 2:Video response to Eric The Car Guy's post on back flushing your You're thinking that the thermostat is stuck open, therefore cooling too much. how can I identify them? Two separate places I might add.
I installed a spacer under the carb and a K& N filter several thousand miles ago, which was susposed to increase the gas mileage, but saw no change in mileage.